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The Neon Tetra fish has long been a popular aquarium fish, but now it seems like the Ember Tetras are gaining popularity. Will Ember Tetras school with Neon tetras? Can Neon tetra and Ember tetra live together in an aquarium? What should you know when they get together? Yes, Ember Tetras will school with Neon tetra fish. They can live together in an aquarium, but there are many things you need to consider when they…

Neon Tetra is one of the most popular fish in freshwater aquariums. They are brightly colored, hardy, and easy to care for making them; an excellent choice for any beginner aquarist or nano-tank enthusiast. In order to keep this beautiful species healthy, you need to know what neon tetra fish eat! Neon Tetra are omnivores and need a varied diet. They should eat some meaty foods, like frozen or live bloodworms, as well as plants…

You might have heard about the Neon Tetra, also known as Paracheirodon innesi, haven’t you? These fish are one of the most famous and beautiful types of species due to their vivid colors. Neon Tetras are easy to care for as these fish are peaceful beings with energetic temperaments. But do you know about the Lifespan of the Neon Tetra? Let’s talk about it, shall we? How Long Do Neon Tetra Fish Live? Ans: 2…

Neon Tetras are small fishes that look beautiful with their silver body with red lining. These fishes are shoaling and active fish which are bound to give you all the benefits of looking after a pet fish. You will be more than happy and at peace to look at them all day long. However, sometimes they appear to be still. So why is my neon tetra not swimming then? Let’s find out. Various reasons fall…

Keeping guppies and neon tetra together in an aquarium is a dream come true. They are quite compatible hence you will be blessed with a beautiful and attractive tank. But luck can turn within few months once guppies or neon tetras start to breed. The thing is neon tetra are known to eat their fry so when you see guppy fish breeding, you worry about their fry too. And the mind-wrecking question that will pop…

You want to flaunt the neon tetra you have in your tank, but somehow your tetras won’t cooperate. Above that, they won’t even come out of hiding sometimes. This can stress you and trust me I know the feeling. It is weird to see your neon tetra away from the limelight. And you will desperately search for the answer to why is my neon tetra hiding? Well, neon tetras might be hardy but they are…

When you get neon tetras for your tank, you can help but wonder what will their babies look like. I know the feeling and it is okay as well as quite easy to get neon tetras fry in the tank. And don’t get confused when you see a male acting weirdly or strangely once in a while. There is a high chance what you are seeing is the neon tetras mating behavior. But what exactly…

It isn’t a new thing to fall in love with neon tetras when you see them for the first time. Their vibrant color and active nature catch the attention of anyone who loves being close to nature. And thank god for the hardy nature of these neon tetras, this fish will ideal for you even if you are just starting fish keeping. But how many neon tetra in a 20-gallon tank? When you are talking…

You may have seen people feeding bread to pond fish frequently. Your Neon Tetras might also eat the bread as the fish is known to be an easy-going fish. But, is feeding bread to your Neon Tetra a good idea? Sometimes, you might run out of fish food. So, you might think of feeding your fish with bread that day. However, bread is the worst food you can feed to your fish! Bread contains soy,…

Aquarium substrate plays a vital role while keeping a neon tetra in the tank. Neon tetras prefer planted aquarium and hence substrate becomes one of the basic things you need to keep in the tank. But the struggle starts when you are a beginner and have no idea what substrate goes in what tank. Questions linger, which is the best aquarium substrate for neon tetra? And why that specific aquarium substrate for neon tetra? Aquarium…